Music Monday – Retro 70

This weeks Music Monday Retrotastic Mix 70

“No Matter What” by Badfinger UK #5, US #8 in 1970

“Who Loves You” by Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons UK #6, US #3 in 1975

“December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night)” by Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons UK #1, US #1 in 1975

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  1. Comedy Plus
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    Who Loves You. One of my favorites. I’ve got the volume up pretty loud. I think the neighbors can hear this song. The 60s and 70s had some great music.

    Oh What a Night was a great one too.

    Have a fabulous day filled with awesome music. 🙂
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  2. Joyce
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    I absolutely love all three of these songs. Great picks.
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  3. New Jersey Memories
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    Great songs! I love them all!

    I’ve always loved Badfinger. So sad what happened to them : (
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  4. Debbie
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    I remember all of these songs. Great blast from the past! Thanks and Happy MM.
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  5. Hazel says:

    “Badfinger” reminds me of something and then I smile. Great selection.

  6. Cathy Kennedy
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    The Four Seasons never goes out of style! I just love Frankie Valli! What memories from the 70s your brought back with these tunes. Great to have you on the dance floor with the 4M crew, Steve! Have a tunetastic week!!

  7. becca
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    Wow what a blast from the past. Great way to start the day with a walk down memory lane.

  8. Patrick Weseman
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    Love the songs. Very nice.

  9. Ian@Unofficial Chart Blog
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    Great choices this week Steve. Happy Music Monday to you x

  10. DJ Adam
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    Badfinger is one of my favorite bands. They have such a tragic history, though. Such wonderful talent taken away at relatively young ages due to untreated mental illness. Very sad.
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  11. Naila Moon
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    The retro mix you have this week is simply awesome!
    I like the Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.

    Where’s Fred Spoons? Did you find the other gal. Geeze, you have to stop losing people and just play some tunes! 😉
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  12. Rorybore
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    OMG, I’m blushing because for some reason I know all the words to Who Loves You… ??? the hell?
    I’m just gonna own it and sing strong and loud.

  13. XmasDolly
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    I think our musical waves run on the same path. Lovin’ all your choices. Four Seasons always a favorite. Bad Fingers song is a tune we use to do in the band. You’re bringin’ back some great memories my friend! 🙂 As always a rock-a-licious time!

  14. Rhonda Albom
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    Great selections, although the middle one is clearly my favorite as I can’t get it out of my head.
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